The lockdown in England is easing and the children could go back to school before the summer break.
As lockdown eases, government make some rules in every aspect. Now time for schools! All school students in England will be back in the classroom for a month before the summer break. Children will sitting at a distance from each other to prevent the spreading then class sizes will be restricted to 15 children.
New thing are parents face sending their children to a different school if the current school does not have enough resources. Ministers also know that asking children to social distance all day will not work. Instead they say classrooms should be treated as ‘bubbles’ and youngsters should not mix with fellow students outside these groups.
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The lockdown eases for children and schools
As the lockdown eased, the government of Great Britain has made important decisions regarding the return of children to schools. Breaks, lunches and drop offs will be staggered through the day to stop different classes mingling. There is reports that primary schools may be fully open from June 22. Pupils and teachers will also be eligible for testing if they show symptoms of Covid-19.
The Government also make sure parents will not be fined for not sending their child to school amid safety concerns. This issue comes after more than 450,000 people signed a petition. They demande the right to keep their children away from schools. Education Secretary Gavin Williamson previously said, “I know how hard schools, colleges, early years settings and parents are working to make sure children and young people can continue to learn at home, and I cannot thank them enough for that.
But nothing can replace being in the classroom. This is why I want to get children back to school as soon as it is safe to do so. The latest scientific advice indicates it will be safe for more children to return to school from 1 June. But we will continue to limit the overall numbers in school. Also we introduce protective measures to prevent transmission.” Then teachers have branded the plans ‘reckless’ with some headteachers refusing to reopen